KANSAS CITY, MO – Airline staff have been busy finalizing the first route changes of the new year! The introduction of the Embraer 145 addresses the airline’s relatively sudden need for additional airframes in the Northeast.
“We’re very confident in our forecasts and we wanted to pull the trigger sooner rather than later on our regional service out of Boston,” explained Director of Regional Operations Sean Doyle, “None of the current aircraft in our Allegius fleet fit our needs out of Boston, which is why we were so quick to bring in the ERJ-145’s that you’ll see next week.”
Aside from the new routes out of Boston, MetroAir also recently began nonstop service to Sydney, Australia on New Year’s Day. MetroAir will also start nonstop service to Bermuda and Georgetown, Cayman Islands from their Caribbean focus city, Fort Lauderdale. As previously announced in October, flights to Moscow-Domodedovo will cease following struggling passenger numbers.
All remaining route changes will become effective on January 15th.